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“Science fiction, on the other had, is interested in ficticious fact.”
“It's very easy to take a single event (after the fact), work it backward, do a little research and toss in a few knowns along the way to create a very fascinating 'ficticious' story.”
“No, this is REAL APARTHEID, this is not the usual buzz word of that "ficticious" apartheid slur on pluralistic democratic Israel, where its 20-25\% Arabs are not only equal citizents but are often treated in preferencial treatment OVER Israeli Jws, such as in: court cases, in Hebron land issues and standards in the universities as "affirmative action", not to mention the unfairness of Israeli Arabs NOT serving in the military yet having the same rights as Israeli Jews …”
“You refuse to open a book to learn anything from the past, and draw conclusions from a ficticious history created in your imagination.”
“My pirates are ruthless and nasty and not a nice sort, but hey they're ficticious and stupid, they always get caught.”
“In each case Rob Nicolson has refused to attend to support the ficticious Federal position that polygamy and polyandry are illegal in Canada.”
“Facebook accused me of selling ficticious "Likes", which is not true, our "Likes" come from real users who want to receive our content, and instead of paying us with money, they pay us with "Likes".”
“Putting aside the absurd (and haunting) idea of answering letters written to the dead, Frank makes these scribes - a mysterious although ficticious creation - feel very real, their existence plausible and believable.”
“If you watched the credits it says The characters and events depicted in this photoplay are ficticious.”
““The Keldon Core and East Pardus Rim” gave me clues that it was ficticious.”
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